Jan 18th 2008 7:26PM And the point WAS that the Twin Blades isn't in the game, ie NOT player usable.
Awesome weapon, and one more reason we should have Tauren Rogues, who can't steath but get backstab with two handed swords and polearms. Can we say broken ftw :)
Jan 10th 2008 6:07AM For one quick note, @ #4, Blizz has a big deal with kind of borrowing from WH. Starcraft and WH40K anyone? Not sure what has been worked out between these guys, but it seems that in Blizz's early days that they had them in mind.
As far as d20 being a flawed system for WoW P&P, it should be noted that the system is getting a massive overhaul as we speak, and will be coming out later this year as D&D 4e. Still d20-esque, the system is getting some massive changes to fix things like wizards limited spell casting and other issues that will give a P&P WoW in this system a better blend between MMO gameplay and P&P freeform.
Oct 29th 2007 10:07AM OK gentlemen, that should do it for this week's meeting for the Dead Poet's Society.
Sep 27th 2007 7:48AM I say Geddon and here is why. 1) A stun attack normally doesn't work so well against a boss. 2) Neither does a snare affect. 3) It is pretty damn hard to shoot a bow in melee range.
Mind you the AoE affects of both bosses will be less affective, simply because we all know how well AoE is for 1v1, so Vashj no running when she is the bomb isn't a big deal. What is a big deal is that she can't get away from him to put out her ranged attacks. Also, assuming as we do for these things, equal footing in damage and hp, Geddon going boom could be clincher.
Sep 26th 2007 8:40AM My main is a female, and I'm not one irl, but I have a much less in depth reason for playing one. I am a rogue, and wanted to be an orc. One look at the orc male model screamed that they really shouldn't be able to hide behind anything, it just looks funny to me. So I went with the female model, which looked like it would be a more believable rogue. Simple as that.